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Hakka Hospitality Garden

The Hakka Hospitality Garden

Publication Date:2018/11/23
Last updated:2020/10/15

Location: North of Taiwan Hakka Museum

Characteristics: Wildlife Pond, Tung Blossom, Green Bamboo Forest, Pebble stone Trail around 2 kilometers away

Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday / 9:00 to 17:00 / Closed at nighttime

The Hakka Hospitality Garden entrance

The people played uklele on the wooden pallet, followed by the paulownia   The Taiwan Hakka Museum is home to a rich and spacious exhibition hall and indoor spaces such as Hakka library materials center, international conference hall and multimedia audio-visual theater. The goal of the Museum is to enhance outdoor recreation spaces for tourists, implement environmental and ecological education, thereby creating a natural environment of ecological diversity.


    The Hakka Hospitality Garden is of 6.88 hectares, and is home to a rich variety of tree species from northwestern traditional Hakka villages. Apart from Tung trees, Taiwan Acacia and bead trees, you may also find Formosan sweet gums, Formosan ashes and various honey plants at the Hakka Hospitality Garden. The Park is also equipped with an ecological pottery area for growth and habitats for creatures such as butterflies and frogs, promoting diverse ecological development. Facilities such as pebble stone trail, wooden path and observatory make the park ideal for recreation for everyone in the family.

wooden walkway

butterfly   During the period of Tung blossom every April and May, Tung flowers fall like snowflakes in the Hakka Hospitality Garden. Take a stroll through the quiet scenery of the Hakka village mountain trail to experience the beauty of the forest. As the pebble stone trail of the Park can get rugged, the pebble stones can get wet and slippery in raining days. Hikers are recommended to wear light flat shoes when going on strolls on trails.

PondWhite and purple IrisPurple water LilyBudding tung tree flowerTung flowers in the mountainsOne ball of Tung flowersTrail StepsA tung flower

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